This was also interesting in comparison to the state’s voting patterns.
In fact ten of the site’s top 20 states have historically voted Republican over the past five presidential elections.
The overall numbers mask significant gender gaps within some racial groups.
Among blacks, men are much more likely than women to marry someone of a different race.
Although divorce is a permissible yet disliked (by Allah) option, let’s hope that we do not marry with the thought that if anything goes wrong, we can always get a divorce.
A few characteristics should be looked for in potential mates.
Such depictions remind me of the depiction of all northern states as completely against slavery and all southern states as rascist and pro-slavery, when in fact that was far from the truth.
Seriously, it's about to be 2014, but so many people — especially women — are still afraid to tell their parents that they're in an interracial relationship.
I found it incredibly interesting that Texas and Georgia ranked so high on the list, especially because they are known as two of the most conservative states.
, which struck down all anti-miscegenation laws remaining in 16 states.
Interracial marriages have increased steadily since then.
How are you supposed to know whether someone is “ or if you are just blinded by her beauty, akhlaq (manners), status in society, or you are just plain ole tired of waiting so long that you are infatuated with the idea of a “special someone,” no matter who that someone might be? A potential spouse cannot be compared to a suit, or the new i Phone that is out in the market.
You cannot “choose” a partner, then “return” her if you see that you two do not get along very well.